The Amud Man and his Cave Site
By Suzuki, H. and Takai, F. (editors)
Pp. xvi, 439; 2 full page color plates, 64 full page black-and-white photo-plates, 52 text-figures (line-drawings, black and white photos, charts and graphs). Publisher’s original blue cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine and front cover, red and white pictorial dust jacket that is lettered in white on the spine and in red on the front cover, thick 4to (12 x 8.75 inches; 30.5 x 22 cm). The Tokyo University Scientific Expedition to Western Asia, directed by H. Suzuki, was sent by the University in the spring of 1961 and in the summer of 1964 to excavate the Paleolithic Amud Cave site located on the northwestern shore of the Sea of Galilee in Israel. The expedition staff was composed of specialists in Anthropology, Prehistory, Paleontology and the related sciences. This monograph is an attempt to describe the skeletal remains of the four Neandertals (Amud I-IV found there and the Paleolithic flint implements and bones of diluvial mammals excavated together with them (from the dust jacket flap).
|Publisher||University of Tokyo Press|
|Date Published Estimated||No|
|Number of Volumes||1|
|Condition Description||The dust jacket is slightly sunned on the upper spine; a bright and clean copy in near fine condition in a near fine dust jacket.|